Previous storms proved deadly in Central Texas

In September 2010, heavy rain from Tropical Storm Hermine caused flooding across Bell County that led to high water rescues. (File photos)
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(KWTX) A flash flood watch is in effect from Saturday morning through Monday morning for Bells, Falls, Milam and Robertson Counties where rainfall amounts of 2 to more than 6 inches are likely.

Bell County has taken a hit before from the slow-moving remnants of tropical storms.

In September 2010, heavy rain from Tropical Storm Hermine caused flooding across the county.

A 19-year-old woman died when her car was swept off Reese Creek Road in Killeen.

Floodwaters breached a levee and rushed into the Pecan Village Mobile Home Park in Nolanville stranding residents and strewing trailers and cars

Dozens of high water rescues were conducted in the area of Central Avenue and Interstate 35 in Belton.

Four downtown businesses and 35 homes were damaged in Salado, where Salado Creek rose 10 feet in 15 minutes early in the morning.

In June 2015, heavy rain from the remnants of Tropical Storm bill caused widespread flooding in parts of Central Texas.

Downtown Holland was swamped by as much as 3 feet of water and in Nolanville an 11-year-old boy was swept into a drainage ditch.

The boy was rescued, but later died.